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My timing belt in my 98 Daewoo Lanos snapped recently and the mechanic i took it to told me there was no need to check to see if there was any damage inside the engine because daewoo motors always drop their valves into the pistons when this happens. I have a funny feeling he was just pulling my leg, am i right? Where can i look this up?

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Yes they bend valves
head needs to come off and valves will need replacing
this can be repaired
timming belts on these should be replaced every 60,000km

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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Well, they dont "drop" their valves into the cylinders, what happens is that the timing of the valves is lost after the belt breaks and they are left open on the compression chamber, when the piston goes up its head bends the valves.
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take care

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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    sometimes they dont even last the 60,000...mine just broke and had only done 40,000. i am not very happy......

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My cam belt snapped 1.4 dawoo lanos changed it 6months ago on start up slight rattle from valve then no more £9.99 for belt still going well

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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